Friday, November 21, 2014

Jollibee, Breeze gathers volunteers for Maaga ang Pasko Laba Day

Jollibee is all set to make Christmas a bigger and brighter celebration for children nationwide in the 20th Maaga ang Pasko. Helping the fast-food chain on this mission is Breeze, which has officially signed up as the official detergent partner co-presenting the clean-up phase of the campaign.

 Jollibee and Breeze kicked off the series of special Laba Days in a clean-up event held recently in Mandaluyong. The two brands also tapped celebrity moms Regine Tolentino, Bettina Carlos and Breeze's Sige Mom Christine Bersola Babao, to lead the army of moms volunteering as Jolly Toy Scouts.

  "As Maaga ang Pasko celebrates its 20th year, Jollibee wants to further strengthen its commitment to make Christmas even brighter for more kids and rally more families, led by hard working moms, to make this happen. We're happy to partner like Breeze, weds are confident that the campaign can grow and expand even made years to come."

 In addition. Breeze has donated a complete array of cleaning matterials and commifed to help Jollibee collect more books and toys by placing Maaga ang Pasko boxes in Unilever offices. encouraging employees to donate.

Uniliver Vice President for Foods and Home Care Benjie Yap said that they are privileged to help out in this year's Maaga ang Pasko by making sure that the toys are clean and smell fresh before they are given to their new owners. "With its tough-on-stain formula, Bdeeze also makes it easier for our Maaga ang Pasko clean-up volunteers to remove dirt and stains from toys in just one wash" he said.

They were also Joined by mommy bloggers, as well as official and volunteers from both brands, working as one family to clean and prepare the donated gift.

Celebrate a more meaningful Christmas and be a part of the Maaga ang Pasko campaign. Aside from dropping donations in Maaga ang Pasko boxes in Jollibee stores nationwide, anyone can also take part in the campaign by making online donations at

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